It’s safe to say Tom Brady is feeling just fine in Tampa Bay.

After a couple of sluggish performances to start the year, many were questioning whether Brady was officially washed up in the NFL. Now, with two strong starts under his belt, the former Michigan QB is back to his usual dominant self at the ripe age of 43-years-old.

Brady’s start Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers is the one that particularly turned heads. Not only did Brady put up eye-popping numbers across the board, but he was also able to flex his arm strength with a number of deep balls down the field.

It’s still hard to find anyone better at throws like this:

The numbers across the board also speak for themselves. Brady completed 30-of-46 passes for 369 yards with 5 TDs. He completed a pass to nine different receivers and threw a touchdown to five different players. Brady also did not take a sack in the game as Tampa Bay beat Los Angeles, 38-31.

At this point, it feels safe to once again call Brady an ageless wonder.